The Hand Trembles Inside?
My hands tremble every time I wake up, before someone has asked and answered the possibility of tremor, but tremor can be seen, while I cannot be seen and only felt by myself, that’s why yes
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Basically the feeling of shaking that you feel on the hands even though there is no visible shaking from the outside is still called tremor. Tremors that can be seen from the outside are called external tremors, while tremors can only be felt but cannot be seen from the outside are called internal tremors. Until now it is not known exactly how the mechanism of internal tremor occurs, but from studies that have been done it is known that this symptom is related to several conditions namely Parkinson's disease, MS (multiple sclerosis), and essential tremor (which occurs due to aging or can also be genetic / hereditary). These internal tremor symptoms are not the typical symptoms found in these diseases and are difficult to measure objectively (may not appear on physical examination), so it might make diagnosis difficult. However, you should do a direct examination with a neurologist so you can further evaluate and look for the causes of your internal tremors. The neurologist will be able to perform various neurological examinations to determine the presence or absence of external tremors (which although small / few can be evaluated objectively), as well as carry out additional examinations to help diagnose the disease.
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